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Fresh Chopped Green Onions

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July 5, 2014 004 I always leave plenty of green onions to overwinter in the garden because, in the spring, it’s a treat to be able to go out and harvest them to add to my salad and/ or salad dressings. Over the years, I’ve created a few short cuts so I have onions ready to go into whatever I’m making. July 5, 2014 014 Chop by hand July 5, 2014 070 If you don’t want to chop the onions by hand, an easier way is to chop them in a food processor – the goal is to chop the greens into small pieces. July 5, 2014 077 The food processor chops the onion into really fine pieces. July 5, 2014 012 July 5, 2014 020 Finely chopped onions make great additions to salad dressings. July 5, 2014 023 They are perfect to add to add to hamburger or meatloaf dishes. July 5, 2014 032 Chopped onions are also perfect in a fresh salad. July 5, 2014 019 Fresh green onions in a container store well in the refrigerator so they are always ready when I need them.


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